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How to read SIM card number from j2me application

 
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Is it possible to read SIM card no. from the j2me application?

If so how to do it?
 
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see this link ..

http://discussion.forum.nokia.com/forum/showthread.php?t=79462

hope it helps
 
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Thanks Faraz,

It helped me lot!
Is their a way through which we can find out SIM card no. from J2ME application?
 
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mmm .. I am not sure but may be you need to take a look at SATSA Apis and see what they offer
 
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Thanks Faraz
 
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